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Maxwell Humphrey Fellows visit the LaunchPad to talk global innovation

Nine Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows from Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico, Montenegro, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Tanzania and Togo visited with the LaunchPad team recently as part of a cross cultural exchange program. The Fellows, who are being hosted by the Maxwell School, are young and midcareer professionals from the public, private and NGO sectors who bring rich experience in public policy, public health, public finance, economic development, workforce and youth development, technology, volunteerism and community building, as well as other areas. 
February 10, 2021

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In a challenging year, Humphrey Fellows focus on program goals

Syracuse’s 2020-21 fellows hail from Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico, Montenegro, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Tanzania and Togo. The midcareer professionals will engage in academic study, professional development and cultural exchange.
January 25, 2021

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Executive Education plays supporting role as arts leaders confront COVID-19 crisis

“Experiencing arts online has eradicated barriers,” he said. “More people are accessing the arts,” says Executive Education alumnus Stephen Butler ’04 M.A. (PA).

January 8, 2021

CCE student brings authenticity to telling refugee stories

"CCE [Citizenship and Civic Engagement] stresses how important it is that we resist the tendency towards imposing our own understanding onto communities, and instead equip communities with the tools to share their own understandings with the rest of the world," says sophomore Maggie Sardino.

November 30, 2020

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Ajello Fellows create open data repository of electric grid in Vietnam

In many ways, Nguyen Phan Bao Linh and Yu En Hsu seem like opposite sides of the same coin: both are international students enrolled in Maxwell’s #1 ranked M.P.A. program, both are among the first to pursue the program’s new certificate in Data Analytics for Public Policy, and—when the pandemic hit the U.S. last spring—both reached out to their favorite professor for help navigating the uncertainties of finishing the program.
November 13, 2020

EMPA student continues his education journey with freedom, flexibility

"The flexibility is definitely there with the E.M.P.A. program," says Brian Green, current E.M.P.A. student. "It gives me the freedom to do what I have to do before class."

November 13, 2020

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Executive Education event outlines lessons of COVID-19 disruption

“There’s no doubt that we are not going back to the way it was. There will be a—quote unquote—new normal," says Catherine Gerard, associate director of Executive Education, about the short- and long-term effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic. “This has been an incredible disruption,” University Professor Sean O’Keefe said. “This disruptive change is having a global consequence.”

November 13, 2020

Army National Guard member builds experience through DCP

Major Nwankwoala, a member of the National Guard ,is attending the Defense Comptrollership Program (DCP), a joint program between the Whitman School and the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and the Department of Defense. It encompasses 60-credit hours over 14 months. Graduates earn both a master of business (MBA) degree and an executive master of public administration (EMPA) degree. 
November 11, 2020

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Online pivot offers new options for Executive Education programs

“We were fortunate to have some experience with online education prior to the pandemic. Our work with the online executive master of public administration and other online training programs enabled an easier transition,” says Steven Lux, director of the Executive Education Program.

November 11, 2020

Peace Corps, Fulbright evacuees find community, opportunity at Maxwell

on a Monday morning in mid-March, Jeremy Gonzalez opened his email and learned he was being immediately evacuated from his Peace Corps post in West Timor, Indonesia. Although the COVID-19 pandemic had already prompted travel restrictions around the world, his evacuation orders were sudden and frantic.
October 29, 2020

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